Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Food Share: Spiced Apple Butternut Squash Bread

The lazy bug has bitten me these days because I feel lazy, unmotivated, uninspired to do anything else (even workout) other than just baking and take care of my little girl. Even updating my blog and writing product reviews has put to hold, but I am going to try and do something else today with my girl and loose some of these unwanted gained weight. I think the sleeping so late at night and lack of sleep is making me feel this way. 

Anyway, while I don't have much to share for now, I thought of sharing you the Spiced Apple Butternut Squash Bread that I baked early this morning. You don't mind, do you? I love butternut Squash and since I don't want to waste the leftover Butternut Squash that we had, I searched for some recipes online that I could use the squash with and came across the My Baking Addiction Blog with the bread recipe. I thought it would be a wonderful recipe to try so I got up this morning with the thought in mind that maybe I have the time to make it so my little man could take it to school for lunch, but I guess I didn't get up early enough. Well, at least my boys will have something to eat for snacks when they come home from school. I am glad I found this recipe because mine turned out delicious. I did a little bit of a twist with mine because instead of just using all butternut squash puree', I mixed in some fresh applesauce as well, and I used Agave Syrup instead of brown sugar. My bread turned out crusty on the outside while moist on the inside. Yumminess! 

I love how you can use this recipe as your base and use this to come up with something else like using Pumpkin Puree' or Sweet Potato Puree' and throw in some Applesauce too. I could have added some chocolate chips, but I wasn't up for anymore sugary things so I didn't. Next time, I will add some flax seed as well. Thank you, My Baking Addiction! 

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Enjoy the rest of your day! I think I might catch up some snoozing time when my girl takes a nap later on. It's just one of those days. I'll see you around! 

By the way, have you entered the Mrs. Fields Cool Bake Pan giveaway yet? If not, enter for a chance to win one Cool Bake pan from Love Cooking Company. Only three days left to win. Thank you and Good luck! Hurry now ! 

19 comments:

  1. I also love butternut squash and this recipe sounds very good to me!

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  2. I am drooling over my keyboard!! I am so giving this a try! :)

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  3. sounds so good saving recipe for later

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  4. interesting, i'm not very familiar with squash being bake as i'm used to the dishes my mom made for us during my childhood days, might have a bite if ever.

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  5. Oh boy! How I wish i live in your neighborhood because you are into cooking and baking and I want to be your food taster :D mami adin hehehhehe.

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    1. Mommy Jhey, thanks! I wish we were mommy. We could all have some eating parties all the time. :) I love baking and cooking jud. :)

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  6. Sounds really good and I don't think I've tasted that kind of bread yet.

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  7. Kudos to you! Baking is not my forte, so I am always impressed when somebody can bake.

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  8. Yummy. I'm trying to bake more often which reminds me, I have something to bake for husband today.

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  9. This certainly looks delicious! I will have to try the recipe and love the changes you made.

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    1. Hi Paula,

      Thank you so much! I would have actually used all Agave Syrup instead of using sugar had I have enough of it, but next time maybe. I hope yours turn out well!

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  10. Looks yummy waaah. I wish I had talent with cooking. I think the culprit for gaining weight is usually sleeping late, it's hard to work out so it's really understandable that you get too lazy to do it and do other things.

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  11. Oh my goodness, another yummy baked goodies MommyA!

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    1. Okay that is it, I am making cupcakes after this hahaha.

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    2. You better get to baking then!

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  12. Momi Adin, if only you were near we are so gonna be BFFs when it comes to baking and thrift shopping. haha

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  13. Would love to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing momi Adin.

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  14. Good for you for being a great baker. I don't bake, I can't even bake brownies. I don't have baking talent. hahaha! so I leave everything to Walmart of Publix when it comes to desserts :)

    Liza Barnett

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  15. I had been wanting to learn how to bake, but it's just not for me.

    Liza Barnett

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